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Western Bulldogs vs Carlton Blues: AFL live scores, blog, highlights

27th April, 2018

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Western Bulldogs vs. Carlton

Etihad Stadium
AFL Home and Away April 27, 2018
Western Bulldogs 80, Carlton 59
Western Bulldogs Carlton
 G B Pts G B Pts
Q14529   3119
Q27850   4327
Q391266   6642
Q4111480   81159
When: 7:50pm (AEST)
Where: Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
TV: Live, Channel Seven
Betting: Bulldogs $1.43, Blues $2.90

Western Bulldogs
B Matthew Suckling, Aaron Naughton, Zaine Cordy
HB Jason Johannisen, Easton Wood, Hayden Crozier
C Bailey Williams, Lachie Hunter, Ed Richards
HF Josh Dunkley, Marcus Bontempelli, Mitch Wallis
F Luke Dahlhaus, Tom Boyd, Billy Gowers
FOL Tim English, Toby McLean, Jack Macrae
I/C Patrick Lipinski, Bailey Dale, Caleb Daniel, Lin Jong
EMG Lewis Young, Jackson Trengove, Lukas Webb, Mitch Honeychurch

Carlton
B Lachie Plowman, Liam Jones, Caleb Marchbank
HB Aaron Mullett, Sam Rowe, Kade Simpson
C Zac Fisher, Patrick Cripps, Sam Kerridge
HF Sam Petrevski-Seton, Charlie Curnow, Dale Thomas
F Jack Silvagni, Levi Casboult, Matthew Wright
FOL Andrew Phillips, Ed Curnow, Paddy Dow
I/C Matthew Kennedy, Harry McKay, Cameron O'Shea, Lochie O'Brien
EMG Jarrod Garlett, Jed Lamb, Matt Shaw, Kym Lebois

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The Western Bulldogs take on the Dees. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)
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The Western Bulldogs host the Carlton Blues at Etihad Stadium in a game that either side will feel they can win. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 7:50pm (AEST).

Between these two sides, there has been only one win after five games.

The one win has come from the Dogs, but they were thumped last week by the Dockers at the Optus Stadium. They certainly aren’t the side they were back in 2016, but there have been some positives from certain individuals.

Toby McLean has certainly flown under the radar in recent times, yet he consistently performs in a team that isn’t firing on all cylinders, with his ability to win the ball and use it to great effect on display this season.

In team news for the Dogs, Lukas Webb and Mitch Honeychurch have been omitted, while Tory Dickson won’t feature due to injury. Hayden Crozier, Bailey Williams and Lachie Hunter are the three inclusions.

As for the Blues, they are yet to win a game.

They showed fight against the West Coast Eagles last weekend, but ultimately fell short. Harry McKay was the standout player, kicking four goals, while Patrick Cripps again showed he is a born leader and a star of the future.

Jarrod Garlett and Jed Lamb are omitted for the Blues, with Caleb Marchbank and Matt Kennedy the inclusions.

Prediction
This will be a close one, but the Dogs should have too much over four quarters.

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Bulldogs by 16.

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